Central Ninth is Salt Lake’s newest neighborhood and was formed by rezoning a portion of the northern edge of the Ball Park neighborhood. This new urban village is a vibrant, rapidly developing area with many medium and high density infill projects in and around it’s core along 900 S and 200 W.
The neighborhood has a unique character made up of Victorian era homes and multi-family structures sitting next to sleek, modern homes and condo buildings.
Central Ninth is home to local businesses and organizations like Atlas Architects, Infinite Scale Design Group, and Spyhop Youth Media Arts Center. Many popular restaurants and bars have popped up in the last couple years that have added a liveliness to the streets of the neighborhood. If you’re in the area, try out Laziz Kitchen, Marty’s Cafe, Water Witch and Templin Family Brewing.